The decision came around 10:30 p.m. after more than three hours of discussion by the Historic and Design Review Commission and residents.
There was no apparent compromise between the hopeful developers of “The Bridge” project and its protesters.
Increased investment in District 2 is good, but it comes with unintended consequences, Councilman William “Cruz” Shaw said.
HDRC voted unanimously Wednesday to hold off on a decision that would allow or block an apartment complex near the Eastside’s historic Hays Street Bridge.
Warrick did not bring up either challenger in his brief announcement, opting instead to emphasize his experience at City Hall and in the community.
Hundreds of people convened at the Hays Street Bridge on the Eastside amid multi-colored lights, art work, aerial dancers, and poets for the beginning of Luminaria, San Antonio’s contemporary multi-arts festival.
The Eastside’s Hays Street Bridge was “tight,” as one attendee put it, with hundreds upon hundreds of people who convened for Soul Saturday, a free, family-friendly community mixer hosted by Good People SA and City Councilman Alan Warrick (D2).
Outside of a survey that on average would take two minutes to answer, Brandon Oats had a lot to say.
San Antonio said goodbye to 2014 in its customary style: big, bold, and cold – well, cold for Texas, that is.
Details matter, at least in the eyes of Alamo Beer Company President Eugene Simor.